Assembly statistics graph

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  • Click on any colour tile in the legend to toggle visibility of that feature on/off
  • The radius of the central plot represents the length of the longest scaffold in the assembly
  • The angle subtended by the first (red) segment within this plot indicates the percentage of the assembly that is in the longest scaffold
  • The radial axis originates at the circumference and indicates scaffold length, this is on a square-root scale
  • Subsequent (grey) segments are plotted from the circumference and the length of segment at a given percentage indicates the cumulative percentage of the assembly that is contained within scaffolds of at least that length
  • The N50 and N90 scaffold lengths are indicated respectively by dark and light orange arcs that connect to the radial axis for ease of comparison
  • The cumulative number of scaffolds within a given percentage of the genome is plotted in purple originating at the centre of the plot
  • White scale lines are drawn at successive orders of magnitude from 10 scaffolds onwards
  • The fill colour of the circumferential axis indicates the percentage base composition of the assembly: AT = light blue; GC = dark blue; N = grey
  • Contig length (off by default) is indicated by darker grey segments overlaying the scaffold length plot
  • Contig count (off by default) may be toggled on to be shown in place of the scaffold count plot
  • Partial and complete BUSCO values are shown in light and dark green, respectively in the smaller plot in the upper right corner